AMD is unveiling its next generation of Big Navi graphics cards in less than an hour after a sneak peak of the Radeon RX 6000 series on AMD’s Ryzen 5000 unveiled on October 8th.
AMD’s Big Navi launch is just an online event and anyone can tune in. It should start today, October 28, at 12 EDT / 16:00 GMT / 02:00 AEST (October 29). You will find the livestream below.
If you can not watch the video, never fear, as we also have a Big Navi launch blog where we post all the news along with our insights and analysis throughout the event.
AMD’s arch-rival, Nvidia, has dominated the high-end graphics card market for a while now, so many of us are excited to see what AMD has in store with its RDNA 2-based Big Navi graphics cards, and if you are This guide shows you also how to watch AMD Big Navi launch live online.
How to watch AMD Big Navi launch live
You can watch AMD Big Navi launch live via AMD’s YouTube channel. To make things easier, we have now got the URL for the live stream and have embedded it directly on this web page – so you do not have to go anywhere!
AMD also hosts the video on its event page. Titles’ Where Gaming Begins: Ep. 2 – AMD Radeon ‘, AMD promises that its “RX 6000 Series graphics card with AMD RDNA 2 architecture delivers the best of Radeon graphics to gamers around the world”, and that these are the “most powerful gaming graphics cards ever built by AMD. “
What do we expect from AMD’s Big Navi launch?
AMD has a huge year already in 2020 thanks to its AMD Ryzen processors, but its Big Navi launch may be the highlight. We hope we see a number of GPUs that can really make Nvidia worried.
A recent leak reportedly detailed everything you would like to know about the upcoming AMD Big Navi specifications. The AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT – again, just a rumored name – will reportedly have 5,120 SPs, 16GB of GDDR6 VRAM on a 256-bit memory bus and, according to an even more recent leak, will have a 2.4GHz gaming clock.
Other rumors suggest that we see a Radeon RX 6800 XT and a Radeon RX 6700 XT with 3,840 SPs and 2,560 SPs respectively. Meanwhile, these graphics cards will be equipped with 12 GB and 6 GB of GDDR6 memory.
AMD RDNA 2 technology, which powers Big Navi and other Radeon RX 6000 GPUs, is also the graphics architecture behind both the Xbox Series X and Playstation 5, supporting all next-generation features such as variable-speed shadow and beam tracking, so this can give us an idea of the kind of performance that next-generation gaming consoles also offer.
So whether you’re a PC gamer or a console gamer, the Big Navi launch is an event you will not want to miss.